Synopsis Out of the destruction, chaos and trauma of the recent xenophobic violence a small group of Zimbabwean teachers tries to establish some structure and healing for the displaced children and for themselves. Their approach – the establishment of the
A 5K documentary film shot in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe along the Zambezi River and the border to Zambia. Mana Pools is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the few big game areas in Africa that guests are
What does a family do when a child starts hearing voices and acts strange? Filmmaker Lawrie Zidyana’s documentary looks back at how his family dealt with a mystery that dominated his life growing up in Zimbabwe.
A country that was once the jewel of Africa but where the infrastructure is now in terminal collapse. Grace, Esther and Obert show us how they not only struggle to put food in their mouths but also desperately seek the
Lobola / Roora is the customary token paid by the groom-to-be when he is about to marry his bride- to- be to his in-laws. Paying the bride price or roora is an acceptable way in the Zimbabwean culture for a
From traditional rituals of music and dance, through the stirring choruses of the liberation war, to the songs of the popular stars and farmers' choirs today, the people of Zimbabwe present their music.